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Neurosignaling Unit
Dept of Org Biology
University of Salzburg, Austria

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Bernroider
Bauer
Bernatzky
Mayer
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Projects
The Cambridge Declaration 2012
 


The main research focus of the Neurosignaling Unit is the study of neural correlates for higher level brain functions in diverse animal models within the emerging field of comparative cognitive research.  The methods used integrate traditional neurobiological techniques with modelistic                 mathematical, behavioural, developmental and neuro-physical approaches.  Applications are found throughout the field of neuro-ecology (e.g. animal migration, the social brain hypothesis),  behavioural neurobiology (social recognition), pain research and therapies, comparative and computational cognition (e.g. neuro-robotics), neuro-economics and  the study of emotional systems.

Contributions

Hannelore Bauer : developing blood-CSF interface
GŁnther Bernatzky: Pain research 
Gustav Bernroider: comparative cognition, signal modeling, neurophysics
Helmut Mayer: Neuro-robotics
Roman Fuchs: Computational Neuroanatomy, behaviour

Conception

  Neurosignaling Unit